Cleanroom Testing & Certification Board International
|Belgian Cleanroom Workgroup|
|Contamination Control Network|
|Cleanroom Technology Society|
|Irish Cleanroom Society|
|Cleanrooms and Contamination Control Association for Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden|
|Scottish Society for Contamination Control|
|Netherlands CC Society|
|André van Tongerenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Philip van Beekemail@example.com|
Most member societies are also a member of the International Confederation of Contamination Control Societies ICCCS. These members are able to acquire an ICCCS Accredited Education certificate.
The membership of the CTCB-I is made up of the following delegates.
Each of the delegates has one vote. A delegate may be authorized by a written proxy to vote also for another member. All of the above delegates shall also be able to vote on any resolutions circulated by letter or email.
Chairman: Koos Agricola firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Chris Delaney email@example.com
Treasurer: Philip van Beek firstname.lastname@example.org
Next to the executive board is the course secretary, Bill Whyte who is responsible for the course materials. Together with Peter Fernie he is also responsible for the Standard Operational Practices (SOPs).
André van Tongeren
Philip van Beek
The majority of these biographies are out of date. Everyone on in the list should provide up-to date biographies. Also, it would give a better impression if all of the bibliographies were written in good English.
Koos Agricola is an Applied Physicist at Research and Development of Océ Technologies BV since 1986. Océ Technologies BV develops and produces printing systems for the professional market. For the production of various materials and components cleanrooms are used. He has designed and operated cleanrooms and cleanroom process equipment. He also investigated the effectiveness of various cleaning and contamination control methods.
He is the secretary of the VCCN and chairman of the VCCN Education Board and teaches the VCCN courses ‘Cleanroom behaviour’, ‘Cleanroom design and construction’ and ‘Cleanroom cleaning (basic and advanced)’.
Kevin has over 30 years’ experience working in the contamination control and cleanroom industry. He joined the industry in 1986 as a clean air test and certification engineer for PED Ltd [Tanshire holding now Bovis] and undertook the validation and testing throughout the world. Kevin has extensive experience in the testing of contamination control facilities and clean air equipment [cleanrooms, safety cabinets, fume extraction and pharmaceutical isolators]. In June 1994 he joined Crowthorne Hi-Tec Services as general manager with a team of 18 engineers. In 2004 Kevin was part of the MBO team of Crowthorne Hi-Tec Services. Kevin is a member of LBI/30 and Membership secretary of CCN (Contamination Cleanroom Network).
Ed Brown graduated with an Honours Degree in Chemistry in 1984, from the University of Salford. In 1985 his career began in the field of Occupational Hygiene, the field in which he still practices. In 1992 he graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, with a Masters Degree in Occupational Hygiene (with Distinction) and followed that in 1993 with the Diploma of Professional Competence in Occupational Hygiene. His Occupational Hygiene work took him into many pharmaceutical plants, where his experience and knowledge of cleanrooms and clean air devices was first gained. This knowledge and experience enabled his business (Vega Environmental Consultants Ltd) to expand into the field of cleanroom and clean air device testing, which they still perform today. In 1996, Vega Ltd attained 'Certified Cleanroom Testing Contractor' status with the NEBB (National Environmental Balancing Bureau - USA) and Ed himself is a certified 'Cleanroom Performance Testing Supervisor' with the NEBB.
Jim set up his own clean air validation and servicing company, known as Clean Air Containment Services in 1999, having previously set up and managed clean air validation divisions for two companies. He has 25 years experience in the field of clean air validation and service. He is member of the steering committee of the Scottish Society for Contamination Control.
Course Coordinator Chris Delaney. Chris has over twenty years’ experience in cleanrooms. He has worked in the medical devices, semiconductor, food and pharmaceutical sectors. Chris is Irish Subject Matter Expert ISO TC 209 WG 12 and Education and Training Convenor for the ICS. Chris is also a member of ICCCS Education Committee (IEC).
Chris has worked in some of the leading pharmaceutical companies and has developed many contamination control programs and procedures. Chris is also an executive member of the Irish Cleanroom Society and has developed and delivered a number of training courses on contamination control and cleaning in both Ireland and the UK.
Lars graduated as a PhD in 1994. In 2000 he was appointed Assoc. Professor in Building Services Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. Lars is the manager of business area Real Estate Companies and Industry at CIT Energy Management AB, a company of consulting engineers. His activities within the fields of safety ventilation and cleanroom technology comprise practical services provided to the industry on one hand, and development of the research at Chalmers on the other. He is the author/co-author of over 100 scientific publications.
Since 2011 he has been engaged as a teacher within the CTCB-I certification courses in the Nordic countries.
Lars is a validation engineer at MyAir Test and Validation in Sweden AB and has over 25 years’ experience in cleanroom business.
Lars is chairman in Swedish technical committee 108, Cleanroom Technology and Swedish expert in ISO TC 209, WG1, WG3, and WG4. He is also chairman in the Swedish technical committee 527, Microbiological cleanliness in the operating room.
Swedish expert in CEN TC 332, WG 8 Safety cabinets and isolators.
Certified by CTCB at professional level since 2005.
Aydin has a bachelor's degree in building technology and graduated for a master's degree in architecture at the Technical University in Delft. He works as a project manager at IMI Aero Dynamiek and is responsible for the operational and financial management of various projects in the commissioning department specialized in cleanroom technology. He has a CTCB-I professional certificate, is a part of the CTS training committee as a trainer and is also active in the working groups of VCCN.
Aydin is architect and project manager at Aero Dynamiek BV in The Netherlands.
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Hasim has a Master's degree focused in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology from Istanbul Technical University. He is an experienced business professional with a demonstrated history of working in the contamination control and cleanroom industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Verification and Validation (V&V), Business Planning, Operations Management, and Cleanrooms.
Tim is General Manager of UK operations and Director of the EMEA region for Air Techniques International (ATI), providing instrumentation and monitoring solutions for cleanrooms and controlled environments to all industry applications. In addition he is active as:
Philip van Beek is CEO at Contamination Q&A, a company which has questions and answers on the cleanroom business. He has experience in the construction of cleanrooms since 1980. First he was employed by a supplier of filters and after that he had many positions at cleanroom contractors. He was involved in more than 200 projects in the pharmaceutical and micro-electronic industry. All projects, without any exception, were realized with tailor-made solutions. He is the treasurer of the VCCN and a member of the VCCN Education Board. He is also a member of the ISPE and TVVL (Dutch HVAC society), has a broad vision on the cleanroom market from design to realization. As author of various articles on cleanroom realization and speaker on various congresses he has a broad experience. He has a CTCB Professional certificate.
André van Tongeren is operation manager at Aerodynamic. He has 7 year experience as a cleanroom testing specialist. He is educated in business administration en electro technical building services. He has a CTCB Professional certificate.
Steve is owner of Validair since 1990 and Director at the Validair Group of companies.
Primary role is providing validation consultancy and testing services for cleanrooms, contamination control equipment and specialist environments. LBI/30 Cleanroom Technology BSI committee member and Deputy Chair, Contamination Control Network (CCN) Executive Committee Member and Secretary, UK technical expert for both ISO/TC209 Working Group 3 (updates to ISO 14644-3) and ISO/TC209 Working Group 4 (updated to ISO 14644-4).
Bill Whyte was the founder of CTCB. He has a BSc in Microbiology and a DSc in Mechanical Engineering. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow , Scotland. He has been involved with cleanrooms for over 50 years and has written over 140 reports and papers, and three books on cleanroom design and cleanroom technology. He is a member of British and International standards committees writing the International Cleanroom standards.